Midtown Atlanta Condos are highly desired and the area’s significant growth over the past several years has brought new businesses, restaurants, gyms, and local attractions for the many residents of the area. Walk to your favorite coffee shop or take a stroll in Piedmont Park, just steps away from your new condo in Midtown Atlanta.1010 Midtown 1065 Midtown – Loews Hotel 1280 West 805 Peachtree 870 Inman 905 Juniper Above the Four Seasons Ansley Above The Park Aqua Art Foundry ATLofts Biltmore House City Heights City View Colony Square Cornerstone Village Cotting Court Midtown Element Midtown Inman Park Village (IPV) Lofts at the Park Luxe Mayfair Renaissance Mayfair Tower Metropolis Midtown MidCity Lofts No. 2 Opus Place One Museum Place Palmer & Phelan Parc Vue Park Central Peachtree Lofts Peachtree Walk Piedmont Crest Seventh Spire Midtown The Atlantic The Belvedere The Brookwood The Dakota The Massellton The Plaza Midtown The Ponce The Reid House The Reynolds The Windsor Over Peachtree Tuscany Twelve Atlantic Station Viewpoint Virginia Hill White Provision Wilburn House
Click on a Midtown Atlanta condo name to learn more about the condo community or view all condos for sale in Atlanta.
Midtown Atlanta Condos For Sale: Get to Know the Neighborhood
Midtown is the second largest business district in Atlanta and home to one of the city’s largest parks, Piedmont Park. Situated just North of Downtown (condos for sale in Downtown Atlanta) and South of Buckhead (condos for sale in Buckhead Atlanta), the area attracts more than 6 million visitors each year.
Midtown stands out for it’s many institutions of higher education, prominent architecture, urban design and cultural attractions. The center of Atlanta’s arts scene, Midtown includes the Ferst Center for the Arts, Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), Atlanta Symphony, and Center for Puppetry Arts. Additionally, the area is home to Georgia Institute of Technology, Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), and John Marshall Law School.
About one-third of the city’s high-rises are located in Midtown, along with some of the most recognized buildings such as Bank of America Plaza, One Coca-Cola Plaza, AT&T Midtown Center, Atlantic Center and 1180 Peachtree Street.